Olivia newton john: cancer battle latest

I'm a very privileged person and I'm very aware of that: Olivia doesn't spend any time feeling sorry for herself despite her health struggles

I'm a very privileged person and I'm very aware of that: Olivia doesn't spend any time feeling sorry for herself despite her health struggles

During an interview with CNN in 2017, Newton-John said she was grateful to still be able to sing and perform after so many years and thanked her fans. I truly believe this will be my final round with cancer. When doctors insisted that it was just a slight fracture, she sought a second opinion.

The Grease star, 69, said she's received radiation therapy and is also pursuing natural remedies, reports Billboard.

While Olivia beat her second bout of cancer, she is now battling the disease again, with a tumour past year found at the base of her spine.

Following the crash, the singer-songwriter continued to experience pain from a lump in her right shoulder where her seatbelt hit her.

Explaining why she chose not to go public with the diagnosis at the time, she told the program: "I thought "It's my life" and I just made a decision to keep it to myself".

Speaking of her "secret" second bout of cancer, Newton-John reveals the diagnosis came about in May 2012 following a auto accident involving her niece TottieGoldsmith.

While the star put on a courageous face during the interview, she revealed she does have her moments of despair, but just wouldn't be having them in front of the camera.

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"A lot of cannabis my husband grows for me".

Olivia says she is treating her disease with a healthier diet.

"I'm very lucky I live in a (US) state where it's legal.my dream is that in Australia soon it will be available to all the cancer patients and people going through cancer or any kind of disease that causes pain", she told Seven. She's using cannabis oil, grown by her husband, John Easterling. "The first time I talked about it and the second time I thought it wasn't something I really need to share with people".

"My husband's always there, and he's always there to support me, and I believe I will win over it and that's my goal", she told Seven.

"I'm a very privileged person, and I'm very aware of that": Olivia doesn't spend any time feeling sorry for herself, despite her health struggles.

"I live in this lovely place". I have an incredible career. "I have nothing, really, to complain about", Olivia adds.

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